Trimming palm trees

Unlike many other types of trees, palm trees tend to prune themselves when the dry yellow or brown fronds fall off.

When the fronds don’t fall by themselves, however, it’s important to get them trimmed up to keep the tree healthy.

Trimming palms can be tricky, however, as over trimming can make them more vulnerable to cold, wind and disease.

To avoid those issues, only the dry yellow or brown fronds should be removed. Only the loose boots on the truck should be removed.

The palm flowers and fruit stalks, which often attract pests like rats and mice, should also be removed.

Call Kevin at 904-928-3568 for a free estimate on trimming your palm trees.

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